I haven't picked up my bike yet(Thread here)
but will next week. I have a rapid long ride home so I won't have much time to play and figure out some things before I MUST head home.
Specifically the Bluetooth Dongle.
I know the over all idea of what it does. Sends bike audio directly to the Sena Headset. Easy enough. The questions come into using my iphone.
I use my iphone for GPS, music, phone, and iRadar when it's on the bike. All goes through the headset when it's paired with the Sena.
If I understand the documentation for the Dongle, you pair the Sena with the Dongle first then
the phone. Does this mean pair dongle to phone or Sena to the phone?
If I setup/pair my phone as a PHONE ONLY (per the Sena instruction) to my SENA headset then the phone features (calls) will pair to my headset, and all other audio comes out either the phone speaker or what ever is hardwired to it for sound (like a speaker docking station).
As I have the ipod connect kit on the VV, will all the audio from the phone go through the bikes audio then to my BT headset from the Dongle?
The Dongle instructions state to pair the Sena to the Dongle first then the phone (as stated above), does this mean the phone no longer gets paired to my headset? It all goes through the dongle only?
Another way of putting it, If I pair the phone to the Sena as a PHONE ONLY, then connect the phone it to the bike via the ipod kit for all the other stuff, do I still pair the phone to the dongle?
I'm so damn confused.
Pair Dongle to Sena, then pair phone to Dongle
Pair Dongle to Sena, then pair the phone to SENA
The connections are fuzzy but here's what I am hoping happens:
Phone audio sources are heard through bike's Dongle OR bike's speakers. Phone calls are done through the Sena headset. If I on a intercom chat, music and such through dongle is still heard in the background, or out bike speakers?
Am I completely screwed up. Help me get an understanding of what needs to be done and what to expect?